Jameela Jamil Shreds Kim Kardashian For Promoting 'Appetite Suppressant' Lollipops


Flat Tummy's website states that shoppers should consult their doctors before trying the lollipops and that their product claims have not been "evaluated" by the Food and Drug Administration in America. It's not clear what Kim was paid for the post, although in 2016, she was reportedly pulling in $400,000 per sponsored ad. Incorporating more high-protein foods (fish, beef, chicken, and eggs), healthy fats (nuts and avocado), and soluble fiber (oats, oat bran, barley, beans, and chia seeds) can help you feel fuller, says Brooking, as well as cutting your food into bite-sized portions and eating smaller portions to help you slow down and eat more mindfully.

I'm so disappointed. Kim Kardashian, who I admire as a strong mother, wife and successful businesswoman, has failed me, once again. "With every flat tummy tea, lollipop, magical weight-loss trick promoted, there's someone with disordered eating thinking they need it". "Would you encourage your own kids to use appetite suppressors?"

Another wrote: "I, like you, am the mother of two daughters and I think promoting a product like this is deeply irresponsible on your part Kim".

"So yes, appetite suppressants are risky and bad", she explains. It is also no secret that social media is affecting our collective mental health and putting young people under an huge amount of pressure to look a certain way. Created by a company named Flat Tummy Co., this product is designed to be taken when experiencing hunger cravings.

Activist Liam Hackett was one of the first people to comment.

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"The best way to lose weight is ditch the lollipop and grab an apple".

"This woman has far too much influence over young girls and seems incapable of using it in a positive way". Not to mention sweets and candy are literally targeted at children and young teens - can you see the problem here? "There are no shortcuts here".

With the storm of negativity, Kim deleted the photo from her page after only a few hours.

"She initially wrote "#ad You guys. @flattummyco just dropped a new product.

Kim Kardashian West, one of the most-followed celebrities on social media in the world, has been heavily criticised for her involvement in promoting "appetite suppressant" lollipops to her millions of followers, many of whom are young girls. It included a promo code for 15 percent off.